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Funding award for University startup
An award-winning University startup has won nearly £100,000 to help fund the development of its new product.
Medicine in Wartime: Aberdeen's Medical Innovators
A fascinating exhibition looking at innovations in medicine made during wartime is currently on display at the University of Aberdeen's Sir Duncan Rice Library.
New research shows increased risk of breast cancer in women who use hormonal contraceptives
Women who currently use hormonal contraceptives (such as the combined pill, the progestogen-only pill and non-oral products such as the hormone-intrauterine system (IUS)) are at 20% increased risk of breast cancer than those who do not use them.
Medical student wins top Jiu Jitsu accolade
An Aberdeen medical student has won gold in an international Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competition.
Pioneering health research recognised with royal award
The University of Aberdeen has won the highest national honour for a UK university - the Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education.
New release from University record label to raise funds for 'Broken Heart Syndrome'
The University of Aberdeen's record label, Vox Regis, has launched its latest CD which will help raise funds for vital research at the University.
Iain Glen joins star line-up for Christmas concert fundraiser
Game of Thrones actor Iain Glen has been revealed as the latest star taking part in a Christmas concert that will raise funds for cancer and dementia research at the University of Aberdeen.
British Academy report highlights skills of arts, humanities and social science graduates
University of Aberdeen Principal Sir Ian Diamond has led on the production of a report highlighting how arts, humanities and social science graduates develop crucial skills that are highly prized by employers.
From cars to Mars: What's good for F1 is good for life across the universe
The rocks used to surface the track at this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix are helping scientists understand how life might occur on other planets.
Changes in diet may improve life expectancy in Parkinson's patients
New research from the University of Aberdeen shows that weight loss in people with Parkinson's disease leads to decreased life expectancy, increased risk of dementia and more dependency on care.